Sex, Censorship and Copyright
State v. Conroy (New York Trial Court)
We have a lot of fun during National Library Week – it is right before Final Exams and allows us to goof off before the pressures of the end of the semester. It is also a great time to remind our students, faculty and staff about the importance of libraries – all kinds of libraries, but especially public libraries.
Something special happened in the UNH Law Library last week! We celebrated, National Library Week next week – April 8-12, 2019
What is National Library Week you ask? First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national annual observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA).
Professor Bartow added another more fun items to her copyright litigation collection. Come and see the original discs that were the subject of this litigation.
Micro Star v. FormGen Inc., 154 F.3d 1107 (9th Cir. 1998)
Note: If you're reading this post from off campus, see here for information on accessing databases from outside of the law school.
Thousands of books from the 20th, 19th and even 18th centuries are available via UNH Law!
Move over NETFLIX and HULU. The Library now provides you with a streaming video service you can use on campus, at home and using your ROKU. Kanopy offers you a large collection of award-winning films and documentaries. Kanopy includes children's programming. While it has some movies similar to NETFLIX and HULU, it has a deep inventory of films you would not see on those services. Check it out. Like most of our online services, when you are off campus, you will be asked for your UNH creds while you create your account.
The Concord Monitor has a story today that UNH School of Law in Concord is about to take its first big steps into the world of online education, and if all goes as planned it will go further and create what it calls the nation’s first specialized law degree. Library services and instruction are part of the plan to support the hybrid J.D.
Burrow-Giles Lithographic Co. v. Sarony, 111 U.S. 53 (1884)
The IP Library is proud to home for the research activities of our Visiting Scholars Program. The Library offers a dedicated Visiting Scholars Office located next to the IP Librarian, Professor Jon Cavicchi who is Faculty Coordinator for the Program. He assists scholars with their research process. We host foru to six scholars from around the world each semester. Scholars choose UNH School of Law because of our esteemed IP Faculty, curriculum and the only dedicated academic IP Library in the U.S..
As announced recently by Director Sue Zago, The UNH Law Library invites you to eat your lunch (or dinner or breakfast) in the library. Snacks are welcome in all parts of the library with the exception of the Gire Archives and the Kenison Room. Please enjoy messy or noisy foods in the Library’s 1st floor Café area (near the study rooms). Please pick up after yourselves and put all trash and food waste in the grey, plastic, covered trash cans. These trash cans are available on each floor and are labelled for food waste. Please do not put food waste in other trash cans.